Corporates worldwide have come to depend on Pytheas for the quality of its market intelligence, breadth of sector knowledge and creative “out of the box” thought. In its “all-around relationship” approach with clients, Pytheas’ Strategic Advisory designs and implements fully integrated solutions.

Pytheas provides Strategic Advisory & Thought Leadership to a broad spectrum of global clients, including Board and senior executive managers as well institutional money managers, pension funds, mutual funds, central banks, commercial banks, corporate liquidity managers and specialized portfolio managers, overlay managers and hedge funds. We support top management in taking value creating strategic solutions and introducing value intended control models.

Local as well as global investors have come to depend on Pytheas for the quality of its market intelligence, breadth of sector knowledge and creative “out of the box” thought. Our expert advice on how to establish, to expand, to cut back or hive off a business only comes about by a solid market strategic analysis and a company diagnosis.

In its “all-around relationship” approach with clients, Pytheas Strategic Advisory & Thought Leadership team designs and implements fully integrated solutions, often leveraging on the deep experience of its Asset Management, Investment Banking and Restructuring Teams. Our approach leads to an understanding of the factors that will determine the value of a company in the market. The same understanding will be used by Strategic Advisory & Thought Leadership to design value intended control models focused on quantitative as well as qualitative control variables and their impact on the desired behavior.

Pytheas provides clear and practical advice on how companies can best position themselves in the marketplace, to the global investment community and to governmental authorities.

Pytheas Strategic Advisory & Thought Leadership provides leading edge “Wise Counsel” and guides clients through critical path decisions and execution steps.


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Did you know?

that the Boeotian Hesiod about 3000 years ago theorized on the entrepreneurship typical of the market (an early laissez-faire), identifying the effects of government debasement of the coinage, which causes a decrease in its purchasing power (think Adam Smith, Keynes and post Keynes), arguing about the importance of competition and the importance of justice and the law in order to foster order and harmony in society?

that Confucius about 2,500 years ago argued that the government should not compete for profit with the people, as it would only result to the exploitation of the population?

that 1 recycled tin would save enough energy to power a television for 3 hours; 1 recycled glass bottle would save enough energy to power a computer for 25 minutes; 1 recycled plastic bottle would save enough energy to power a 60-watt light bulb for 3 hours?

that recycling steel saves 75% of the energy that would be used to create steel from raw materials, enough to power 18 million homes?

that Pytheas through its Soil Water + Life Solutions is probably the only entity world wide that can provide a-no-chimney-no-landfill-solution for the treatment of municipal solid and liquid waste?

that in a lifetime the average European or North American will discard more than 600 times his or her adult weight in garbage and about a ton of trash per person per year?

that the revenue that is generated from gambling is more than the revenue derived from movies, cruse ships, recorded music, theme parks and spectator sports combined?

that Pytheas the ancient Greek explorer, mathematician, astronomer and navigator must have travelled to the American continent at the time of Alexander the Great?

that recycling 1 ton of paper saves 17 mature trees, 7,000 gallons of water, 3 cubic yards of landfill space, 2 barrels of oil, and 4000 kilowatt hours of electricity; this is enough energy to power the average North American home for 5 months?

that of all the restaurants that are opened, 90% of them fail in the first year and of the remaining ones that survive, 90% of those fail in the second year?

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